Merit Based Hiring


Imagine looking for a job with employers only judging you based on your skills and qualifications, not your name, gender, ethnicity or looks. Technology can enable that! In fact, it’s already done.

You’ll be assessed fairly on Rightspot as we do not disclose your personal information to employers until you’ve accepted an interview invitation.

Enabled by
Scoring Ranking and Matching


Critical and relevant candidate profile information is being compared with the job requirements. A simple score is used to inform candidates and recruiters of the fit and to efficiently rank top choices for each party. In this way, irrelevant information of the candidate can be removed from the evaluation. Bias can be avoided.

Supported by
Rules of Engagement


Recruiters can invite any individual to an interview. The individual can either accept or decline. If accepted, the recruiter can view the candidate's personal information. If declined, the recruiter would not know who is the candidate. This ensures that opportunities are not missed, and privacy is maintained.

Benefit All Parties


Everyone wins. Employers adopt fair hiring, embrace Diversity & Inclusiveness and gets to attract passive jobseekers. Individuals do not have to apply for jobs, yet not miss any opportunity to be spotted, avoids hiring bias and still get to maintain privacy if the opportunity is not suitable.

Merit Based Hiring


Imagine looking for a job with employers only judging you based on your skills and qualifications, not your name, gender, ethnicity or looks. Technology can enable that! In fact, it’s already done.

You’ll be assessed fairly on Rightspot as we do not disclose your personal information to employers until you’ve accepted an interview invitation.

Enabled by
Scoring Ranking and Matching


Critical and relevant candidate profile information is being compared with the job requirements. A simple score is used to inform candidates and recruiters of the fit and to efficiently rank top choices for each party. In this way, irrelevant information of the candidate can be removed from the evaluation. Bias can be avoided.

Supported by
Rules of Engagement


Recruiters can invite any individual to an interview. The individual can either accept or decline. If accepted, the recruiter can view the candidate's personal information. If declined, the recruiter would not know who is the candidate. This ensures that opportunities are not missed, and privacy is maintained.

Benefit All Parties


Everyone wins. Employers adopt fair hiring, embrace Diversity & Inclusiveness and gets to attract passive jobseekers. Individuals do not have to apply for jobs, yet not miss any opportunity to be spotted, avoids hiring bias and still get to maintain privacy if the opportunity is not suitable.